CDW Collaboration


The Tech Museum of Innovation
201 South Market Street
San Jose, CA 95113

Thursday, November 13, 2014

8:00am to 9:00am
Registration & Networking Breakfast
9:00am to 9:10am
Welcome Remarks & Overview of the Morning
Lane Cooper, Contributing Editor, CIO magazine, Computerworld, Network World

9:10am to 9:45am Collaboration’s Critical Role in Technicolor's Digital Transformation
Ginny Davis, CIO, Technicolor

For 100 years, Technicolor has been a ubiquitous brand leaving an indelible mark on how audiences around the world consume their Hollywood experiences.  As the global digital market evolves — especially with home-theater and mobile technologies altering where, when and how people experience their entertainment -- Technicolor faced an imperative to rapidly alter its market approach.  By the end of this strategic transformation, Technicolor has adapted from an icon of the Hollywood studio system to a global — and now digital — technology corporation.  At the center of this transformation was the need to communicate and coordinate complex activities across organizational, geographic and disciplinary boundaries.  Join us to understand how Technicolor and its CIO achieved all of this with an enhanced collaborative culture that fosters continued innovation.

9:45am to 10:15am Creating a Total Collaboration Experience: A Moderated Panel Discussion

Ginny Davis, CIO, Technicolor
Neil Graham, Vice President, Jive

Doug McCutcheon, Sr. Marketing Manager & Partner Channel Coach, Microsoft Office 365
Joseph Fu, Sr Sales Business Development Manager, UC Technology Go to Market, Cisco
Moderated by: Lane Cooper, Contributing Editor, CIO, Computerworld
, and Network World

10:15am to 10:30am Frictionless Collaboration and How to Achieve It: A Fireside Chat
Lane Cooper, Contributing Editor, CIO, Computerworld, and Network World
Gary Mattson, Collaboration Solution Architect, CDW

10:30am - 12:00pm
Museum Tour Plus Networking and Refreshments

12:00pm Program Concludes